Peter Ward looks at what's in store for the renewables sector after Brexit. Much has been written about the potential impact of Brexit on the UK’s renewable energy sector. Common themes that have emerged are loss of investor confidence, concerns over energy security and delays in much nee
Burness Paull LLP and Brodies LLP have scored double wins for their intellectual property teams at an international awards ceremony. The Managing IP Awards saw Burness Paull named winners of the Scottish Patent Contentious Firm of the Year and also Scottish Copyright Firm of the Year award
Planning and licensing specialist Theresa Hunt has been made up to partner at Burness Paull. Often involved in high-profile projects in the northeast, Ms Hunt is a specialist in planning applications and appeals, planning gain negotiations and S75 agreements. She also provides environmental con
Three charities which support children with life-threatening conditions have received a total of £36,000 from Burness Paull's charitable efforts in 2018.
Burness Paull has won a brief to support the independent body that protects customers of financial firms that have failed. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has appointed eight law firms to form its second legal panel following a rigorous six-month procurement exercise.
One of Scotland’s top renewables lawyers has joined Burness Paull LLP as a director in the firm’s property team. With over 20 years’ experience advising developers, landowners, funders and investors in the clean energy market, Nicky Pascoe is acknowledged as an expert in her field.
Geopolitical uncertainty has not dampened enthusiasm for corporate mergers and acquisitions according to one of Scotland’s top dealmakers. Investment levels have remained “buoyant” over the past 12 months, and international interest in investing in Scotland has also been sustained